Nature Conservancy of Canada


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Nature Conservancy of Canada

Address:110 Eglinton Ave W, Suite 400
Toronto, ON M4R1A3

Phone:416-932-3202
Fax:416-932-3208
Phone:800-465-0029
Web: www.natureconservancy.ca
Established: 1962. Description:Works to protect Canada's threatened natural habitats. Since its establishment, the Conservancy has secured more than 1.9 million acres of woodlands, seashores, wetlands, prairies, and other natural places. Members: 35,000. Dues: $10/year.
Publications: The Ark (3x a year); free to members.

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In addition to the Nature Conservancy of Canada, partners include Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program Columbia Basin, the British Columbia Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations, and BC Timber Sales, and SFI-certified International Forest Products Ltd.
About The Nature Conservancy of Canada The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is a private non-profit organization working for the direct protection of natural habitats and wild spaces across this country.
Additional natural areas on Pelee Island were recently acquired for conservation purposes, largely by The Nature Conservancy of Canada, but also by the Pelee Island Winery.
The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) is the nation's leading not-for-profit private land conservation organization, working to protect our most important natural areas and the species they sustain.
The lungs of the earth, they play a vital role in cleaning the air and moderating temperatures, and they're critical habitats for plants and wildlife," says John Lounds, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Nature Conservancy of Canada.
In addition to the Nature Conservancy of Canada, partners include BC Bat, the British Columbia Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations, and SFI-certified International Forest Products Ltd.
As Canada's leader in habitat conservation, the Nature Conservancy of Canada is in the business of protecting biodiversity in New Brunswick and across Canada," said John Foley, Director of Land Conservation for the Atlantic Region of NCC.
The Nature Conservancy of Canada has announced its official partnership with EcologyFund.
IFAW's significant contribution of $368,000 (Cdn) helped The Nature Conservancy of Canada purchase the island, home to 35 endangered species.
Shell Canada also donated 8,900 hectares (22,000 acres) including Mount Broadwood to the Nature Conservancy of Canada in late 1992.
3 million contributions program, Shell donated 8,900 hectares of land in British Columbia to the Nature Conservancy of Canada in December.

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